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Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh in “A Streetcar Named Desire” (1951)

Joy Division performing in Berlin (1980)

Joy Division performing in Berlin (1980)

Wedding Outfits by Norman Parkinson (1938)

Wedding Outfits by Norman Parkinson (1938)

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Scooby Doo theme song, performed by Larry Markes (1969)

Olympic games in Berlin (1936)

Happy Birthday James Dean (Feb. 8th, 1931 - Sept. 30th, 1955)

Happy Birthday James Dean (Feb. 8th, 1931 - Sept. 30th, 1955)

Unidentified Japanese tattoo artist working on a woman’s backside (1937)

Unidentified Japanese tattoo artist working on a woman’s backside (1937)

Jim Morrison by Frank Lisciandro

Jim Morrison by Frank Lisciandro

Harper Lee (1961)
"Everybody’s gotta learn, nobody’s born knowing."

Harper Lee (1961)

"Everybody’s gotta learn, nobody’s born knowing."
Sonic Youth (1986)

Sonic Youth (1986)

Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty in “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967)

Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty in “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967)

Mystery in Space Vol 1 #22 "The Square Earth" 
Cover Artists; Murphy Anderson (November, 1954)
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Mystery in Space Vol 1 #22 "The Square Earth"

Cover Artists; Murphy Anderson (November, 1954)

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Claire Danes in “My So-Called Life” (1994)

Claire Danes in “My So-Called Life” (1994)

Did you know?
Fritz Kreisler reportedly said after hearing a young Jascha Heifetz for the first time: "Well, I guess we might as well break our violins over our knees now" 
Jascha Heifetz and Fritz Kreisler were both born on Feb. 2 - Kreisler in 1875 and Heifetz in 1901. They each set new standards for the art of playing the violin. Kreisler’s trademark was sweetness, warmth and humanity. Meanwhile, Heifetz, through his bowing technique and superhuman speed, achieved a level of virtuosity that is still unmatched.

Did you know?

Fritz Kreisler reportedly said after hearing a young Jascha Heifetz for the first time: "Well, I guess we might as well break our violins over our knees now" 

Jascha Heifetz and Fritz Kreisler were both born on Feb. 2 - Kreisler in 1875 and Heifetz in 1901. They each set new standards for the art of playing the violin. Kreisler’s trademark was sweetness, warmth and humanity. Meanwhile, Heifetz, through his bowing technique and superhuman speed, achieved a level of virtuosity that is still unmatched.

 “I am fond of pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals.”
- Winston S. Churchill

“I am fond of pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals.”

- Winston S. Churchill